3. Tempo Dual Kettlebell Front Rack Squat
Some coaches will make the argument that loading with KBs or DBs for squatting in the rack position will self limit based upon upper back strength before leg strength. While there is some truth to this, that you will fail first due in part to the limits of your upper body being able to support the load, it still serves as a terrific eat to load for squatting. The reason being is that is very effectively coordinates Lower and Upper body strength demands in one movement. In a heavy set of these perform as in the video with a 30X0 tempo, you cannot lose focus on either lower body or upper body position and tension. A set of 10 reps performed here at 40kg per hand.
The upper back and trunk get a massive dose from this!